News | October 19, 2006

StructuRad Announces Reporting Solution for Single Radiologist Operations

StructuRad LLC, a developer of next-generation radiology reporting solutions, has announced a low-cost solution for single radiologist operations. The Office-of-One configuration combines the advanced reporting features of ReportNow with StudyManager for workflow and report management. It addresses the requirements for imaging operations with only one radiologist and a small support staff and provides requisition input, consolidated worklist and report creation and management.
Office-of-One is configured for flexibility so that a radiologist may choose any combination of speech recognition, dictation, macro templates, Word-based editing and structured reporting to quickly create final reports. If dictation is chosen, StudyManager workflow will manage the end-to-end dictation and transcription process. Order requisition information from multiple sources can be used to create a consolidated worklist. Using the direct reporting features, the radiologist says the macro name or uses a mouse or pen to select a normal or abnormal template which is easily edited if required, then electronically signed and automatically distributed. For dictation the radiologist dictates into a built-in recorder and the transcriptionist opens the voice file for reporting from the worklist. A built-in voice player plays back the dictation while the transcriptionist edits the report in ReportNow.

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